Designing your First Research Proposal 2e

A Manual for Beginning Researchers


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    Edition: 2nd edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9781485129905
  • Extent: 80 pages
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  • Category: Research Studies

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This popular manual has received an updated and modern look while maintaining its succinct content.

  Some Guidelines for The Effective Use of This Manual

·         Steps in Writing A Research Proposal

1.    Selecting A Focus

2.    Identifying Critical Questions

3.    Stating A Rationale

4.    Conducting A Literature Review

5.    Locating A Conceptual/Theoretical Framework

6.    Preparing A Data Collection Plan

7.    Planning for Data Analysis

8.    Anticipating the Report Outline

9.    Dealing with Validity and Reliability Concerns

10.  Acknowledging the Limitations of The Research

11.  Protecting Human Subjects (Ethics)

12.  Estimating the Budget

·         Final Thoughts

·         Further Reading

·         Web Links/Resources

Of Interest and Benefit to:

Honours, Masters’ and Doctoral Research Students Workshops, Distance education and Face-to-Face mentoring

Key Benefits:

• Clear and coherent strategy for preparing a research proposal for basic to advanced research

• Can be used in a variety of educational contexts in both tertiary and secondary education

• Workbook format for use in workshops for doctoral, Master’s and baccalaureate student

• Appropriate across many disciplines

• Accessible to English second-language speakers 

• Interactive structure promotes self-directed research training - suitable for distance education.

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This popular manual has received an updated and modern look while maintaining its succinct content.

  Some Guidelines for The Effective Use of This Manual

·         Steps in Writing A Research Proposal

1.    Selecting A Focus

2.    Identifying Critical Questions

3.    Stating A Rationale

4.    Conducting A Literature Review

5.    Locating A Conceptual/Theoretical Framework

6.    Preparing A Data Collection Plan

7.    Planning for Data Analysis

8.    Anticipating the Report Outline

9.    Dealing with Validity and Reliability Concerns

10.  Acknowledging the Limitations of The Research

11.  Protecting Human Subjects (Ethics)

12.  Estimating the Budget

·         Final Thoughts

·         Further Reading

·         Web Links/Resources

Of Interest and Benefit to:

Honours, Masters’ and Doctoral Research Students Workshops, Distance education and Face-to-Face mentoring

Key Benefits:

• Clear and coherent strategy for preparing a research proposal for basic to advanced research

• Can be used in a variety of educational contexts in both tertiary and secondary education

• Workbook format for use in workshops for doctoral, Master’s and baccalaureate student

• Appropriate across many disciplines

• Accessible to English second-language speakers 

• Interactive structure promotes self-directed research training - suitable for distance education.

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